|Picture from Paranormal Animals of North America|
The Snow Moose is the Awakened cousin of the Canadian moose, with a white coat marked by prominent gray hackles at the back of the neck. They are 2.5 meters tall at the shoulder and its antlers can reach a spread of 1.6 meters.
The snow moose travels in large herds of about 20 members, with females outnumbering the males three to one. Males will defend their females and young. Unlike their cousins, snow moose have excellent vision and can move with a stealth that is unusual for an animal their size. The snow moose has few natural enemies, most of which are natural predators of its non-Awakened brethren.
Snow moose are found throughout the tundras and forests of northern North America.
- Paranormal Animals of North America, s.148-149